Monday, April 29, 2013

This is a Great Banana Bread Recipe!

I seem to use a lot of online recipes these days but there are always the tried and true ones that you  come back and bake time and time again.  I've tried many recipes for banana bread - but this one has to be my favourite - can you tell by the look of the book?

I've had it since 1992 - I think I got this for Christmas - I always like this type of cookbook - a local book that offers recipes that are not only easy but tasty.

I'm making good use of this Glasbake loaf pan I bought a few weeks ago.

I find that if you wrap the loaf in tin foil  and wait until the next day - it's just so moist and so good!!     

Click on the picture and you can see the recipe  in all its glory, baking stains and all.  I've also made the Chocolate Chipit Bread on top - it's really good too!!

Today I'm joining up with Scrumptious Sunday Link Party at Addicted to Recipes and for the first time - Sunny Simple Sunday Link Party


  1. Hi, I am on this kick of finding old recipe books from the thrift store. I like the old ones that were put together by a group of ladies...and the recipes are typed up :)

  2. I love the Glasbake loaf pan that you used to bake the banana bread in. Recipe sound yummy.

  3. Hi Jill...oh yummy! I love banana bread and this one looks just great! Nice blog post.
    Happy spring.

  4. Looks delicious! :) I have quite a few black bananas in my freezer begging to be baked.

  5. My hubby hates meatloaf, but loves banana bread. I wonder what he would think if I baked it one of those pans? lol..I got a couple of bananas laying on the counter. Think I will give this recipe a try!

  6. That banana bread looks yummy. The book reminds me so much of ones that my mom gave me from Nova Scotia.